First of all, this album is dedicated to my beloved daughters Ziah Lani and Lamaya Sunya who were the inspiration and kick I needed to bring it into manifestation. This happened when I came way too close to a sudden and final departure, luckily and by grace that truck and I somehow missed each other, but it left me potently aware of the fact that had I suddenly flown, it would have been a real shame not to have left these songs to my beautiful girls! they were gifted to me, the least I could do was to make sure that I passed them on, it hit me deep in the heart and woke me up to take action, so here are the fruits inspired by these two exquisite flowers that shine their guiding light so deep in my heart!
I'm not going anywhere right now,
yet how fragile and precious these moments are,,,
Recorded in 432hz, this Album is a tribute to the Mighty River flowing in all forms through all life. It is a prayer and a celebration.
We recorded in Bali, which is quite fitting because the Island is riddled with rivers and water temples, with daily prayers, blessings and ceremonies. A constant celebration of the rivers returning to the ocean, returning to the source, the cycles of life, death and rebirth.
There's a touch of Bali, Peru, Chile, India, Africa, Australia, Sweden and the UK both in the instruments, musicians and influences.
Ultimately, I sincerely hope it touches you in a profound manner and leaves a positive influence for you to carry into your day!
Thank you for your support and just for being you, Jarah
released July 31, 2015
Jarah Tree: lyrics, vocals, backing vocals, ukulele, charango
Rob Weber: percussion, sound design
Patricio Zuniga Labarca : Bass
Tristen Parr: cello
Punnu Wasu: Harmonium
Nathalie Lucia Dahlgren : backing vocals
Vigneswaren Rajaendran: tabla
irene barnard: additional lyrics in Ganga ma
Brigid Pearse : additional lyrics in now is the time
Lamaya Sunya: intro lyrics in sharing is caring
produced, engineered & mixed by: Rob Weber: email@example.com
mastered by: Michael Worthington. www.soundworthy.com.au
cover art: Arterium Angledal, Jarah Tree.
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